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Scrap Recycling Sharjah : List of the Best Scrap Recycling Companies in Sharjah with Contact Details

Scrap Recycling Companies Sharjah : List of the best Scrap Recycling Companies in Sharjah with Contact Details including company names, contact details, telephone numbers, email addresses, websites, location map, driving directions, deals, offers, prices, costs, coupons, vouchers, reviews and ratings.

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Scrap Recycling Companies Sharjah

Scrap Recycling Companies Sharjah : List of the Scrap Recycling Companies in Sharjah with contact details including company names, contact details, telephone numbers, email addresses, websites, location map, driving directions, deals, offers, prices, costs, coupons, vouchers, reviews and ratings. Top Scrap Recycling Companies in Sharjah UAE.

1. Al Anood Plastic Products and Steel Trading LLC

Company Name: Al Anood Plastic Products and Steel Trading LLC
Company Location & Address: Indl Area 6, Sharjah
Company Telephone Number: +971 6-5423439
P.O.Box: 62258

2. Al Badawi Scrap Trading LLC

Company Name: Al Badawi Scrap Trading LLC
Company Location & Address: Indl Area 11, Sharjah
Company Telephone Number: +971 6-5342815
P.O.Box: 25302

3. Al Jabriah Metals Trading Limited

Company Name: Al Jabriah Metals Trading Limited
Company Location & Address: Near Alico, Indl Area 2, Sharjah
Company Telephone Number: +971 6-5332234
P.O.Box: 34475

4. Al Khardil Scrap Trading Establishment

Company Name: Al Khardil Scrap Trading Establishment
Company Location & Address: Caterpillar Rd, Indl Area 2, Sharjah
Company Telephone Number: +971 6-5330941
P.O.Box: 34161

5. Al Khoor Metal Trading Company LLC

Company Name: Al Khoor Metal Trading Company LLC
Company Location & Address: Near Medical Store, Indl Area 10, Sharjah
Company Telephone Number: +971 6-5342861
P.O.Box: 31939

6. Al Rahma Scrap Trading Company LLC

Company Name: Al Rahma Scrap Trading Company LLC
Company Location & Address: Bhnd Medical Store, Indl Area 10, Sharjah
Company Telephone Number: +971 6-5344012
P.O.Box: 35527

7. Al Saad Satellite & Receivers Devices Trading

Company Name: Al Saad Satellite & Receivers Devices Trading
Company Location & Address: Sharjah
Company Telephone Number: +971 6-5630901

8. Al Salwa Scrap Trading LLC

Company Name: Al Salwa Scrap Trading LLC
Company Location & Address: Bhnd Medical Store, Indl Area 10, Sharjah
Company Telephone Number: +971 6-5340062
P.O.Box: 34476

9. Al Sifah Metal Scrap Trading LLC

Company Name: Al Sifah Metal Scrap Trading LLC
Company Location & Address: Sajja Indl Area, Sharjah
Company Telephone Number: +971 6-5360474
P.O.Box: 79427

10. Al Zakoori Metal Trading Company LLC

Company Name: Al Zakoori Metal Trading Company LLC
Company Location & Address: Opp Old Skyline College, Indl Area 10, Sharjah
Company Telephone Number: +971 6-5341078
P.O.Box: 7868

Scrap Recycling Companies Sharjah Location Map

Scrap Recycling Companies Sharjah UAE

When you talk about scrap metal, there are two different types that are regularly referred to; Ferrous, and Non-Ferrous metals. In this article you’ll understand the basic differences between these metals, how to determine the differences for yourself, and some resources where to find them.

Ferrous Metals

We’ll first discuss ferrous metal. Ferrous metal is mostly used for things like machinery, cars, motors, farm implements, and other uses such as appliances, like stoves refrigerators, washers, dryers, and freezers. Lawn mowers are usually made from a combination of both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Most of your smaller push type mowers, generally speaking, the motors are usually made from aluminum (a non-ferrous metal); however, the deck and handle assembly are made from ferrous metals.

How to Determine if the Metal You Are Looking at is Ferrous or Not. Two of the best ways to discern if a piece of metal you are looking at is made of ferrous metals or not are these: Does a magnet stick to it? And, if it’s an older piece of metal, is there any rust on it?

Does a magnet stick to it?

The biggest ingredient in ferrous metal is iron, or iron ore, which is a very magnetic material. Therefore, if you always carry a magnet around with you, you’ll know immediately if the piece of metal is ferrous or not. Of course, there are exceptions to every rule, and stainless steel (another non-ferrous metal) is one of those exceptions. Even though the main component for making steel itself is iron, high quality stainless steel has a high amount of nickel in it (another non-ferrous metal) and, therefore, a magnet will not stick to it.

Is there any rust on it?

The second and usually more common way to determine whether the metal you have just found is ferrous or not is if you can visibly see any rust anywhere on the item. Rust will especially be more prevalent on any areas that were touching the ground. Obviously, if an old piece of ferrous metal has been left out in the elements, it’s usually covered in rust, as a rule. Non-ferrous metals do not rust. They do, however, sometimes oxidize. We’ll discuss that later in this article.

Scrap Metal Buyers Should Always Carry a Magnet

Non-ferrous metals (and there quite a few to discuss here) usually do not contain any, or only small traces, of iron, and thus are not magnetic. If you are into scrap metal recycling or are thinking or starting a scrap metal business, one of your very best friends should be a magnet. I recommend using one that is on a chain, and one that has VERY strong magnetic charge, because that is what you’ll see all the people at the scrap yards using. A weak magnet can sometimes fool you, because you are strong, and the magnet is weak, you can touch it quickly and pull it away quickly, and think that you have a piece of non-ferrous metal when in fact the metal you just found is actually ferrous metal. That is also the reason that I recommend that your magnet should dangle from a chain, simply waving the magnet in front of a ferrous piece of metal will cause the magnet to “sway” or be “influenced” by the ferrous metal in some way.

Non-Ferrous Metals

As opposed to its ferrous counter parts, non-ferrous metals, as mentioned earlier, do not rust. However, some non-ferrous metals do oxidize. Oxidation is the process where there is a layer formed on the outside of a piece of metal. Aluminum is one metal in particular that tends to oxidize rather than rust. Interestingly enough, it is roughly the same process; however, with the lack of iron contained in the metal, the oxidation looks white and flaky as opposed to reddish and porous looking.

Here is a list of non-ferrous metal that are the most commonly found:

– Copper
– Aluminum
– Stainless Steel
– Brass
– Lead
– Platinum

Where do You Find Copper?

As a rule, you’ll usually find copper in plumbing and refrigeration type applications, like air conditioners, refrigerators, freezers. Even in like the small window type air conditioning units there is a fair amount of copper tubing there as well. In approximately 2009, when the economy was really in a bad way, there was a rash of thefts, particularly large commercial air conditioning units. I was told one doctor’s office had their air conditioning units stolen twice. Just as soon as the new units were installed and replaced after being stolen the first time, they were stolen again! It became such a big problem that scrap yards were required by law to stop taking aluminum/copper radiators (ACR’s) all together without written proof of where they came from, and how you came by them, if you were trying to bring them in as scrap metal.

Where to Find Aluminum

When it comes to aluminum, some of the very first things people think about is aluminum cans, siding from homes, and door and window trim. Back in the 1960’s and 70’s aluminum it was popular to use for replacements windows, until the window manufactures starting using vinyl. Today there are people who still have aluminum doors and windows being replaced, so be on the lookout for opportunities to take advantage of when it comes to getting that sort of scrap aluminum.

 

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